Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association / Ninth annual meeting of the Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association held in the Convention Room, State Capitol Building, Madison, Wisconsin, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, Jan. 23, 24, 25, 1901
Ruddick, J. A.
Dairying in New Zealand, pp. 36-46 PDF (2.3 MB)
[Appointment of committees], p. 46 PDF (195.9 KB)
Baer, U. S.
[Report of secretary], pp. 46-49 PDF (811.6 KB)
46 WISCONSN MBSOCIATON. in the House; they take their places with white men on all oc- casions and are considered the equals of the whites in very many respects. They wanted to send five thousand men to South Af- rica to fight, but they were not allowed to, as it is against the rules of international warfare to send blacks, so they did the next best thing, they sent horses, they got up a big demonstra- tion at Wellington and raised five thousand pounds. That is the kind of people the Maori are today. Mr. Pearson: I want to ask the Professor if all the cheese made in New Zealand is made in the same form and size as that which is exported to England I Prof. Ruddick: Practically all of it. There is a small quan- tity of the dairy cheese which is made in sizes which more near- ly correspond to your Daisy cheese than anything else that we have there. The average size is about seventy-five pounds, and two are put in a case, one on top of the other. The chair appointed the following committee on resolutions: Messrs. Luchsinger, of Monroe; H. C. Adams, Madison; Matt Michaels, of Garnett. Secretary U. S. Baer submitted the following report, which, on motion of Mr. Luchainger, was adopted: REPORT OF SECRETARY. U. S. Baer. Mr. President and Members of the Association: In presenting this, my fifth annual report, it is gratifying to note that the year just closed has been the most successful one in the history of this organization, and that more advancement has been made in the last twelve months than in any previous year in the history of our existence, as a convention devoted ex- clusively to the cheese interests of Wisconsin. No branch of agriculture in the state has made greater prog- rems than the cheese making industry during the past year.
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